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Old 02-10-2019, 06:54 PM   #15
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Old 02-10-2019, 06:57 PM   #16
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If you canít open go to e-Trailers online and search Ultra-Fab Skid rotations wheels and Choose the length of your Rig for right size wheels.
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If you can’t open go to e-Trailers online and search Ultra-Fab Skid rotations wheels and Choose the length of your Rig for right size wheels.
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Old 02-13-2019, 12:22 PM   #19
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Steel rollers on rear tow hitch

I installed two steel roller wheels to rear tow hitch . Purchased from etrailer. Saved my 33.2 from scraping the rear end numerous times in California and Arizona. Many commercial driveways have major inclines.
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I sent you a link for the trailer wheels in previous post. We had to add three extra mounting plates to get the right height. You can purchase wheels per the length of your Rig. We mounted to the front frame.
pictures of the finished job would be nice. Do you have some you could upload sometime. Location on frame of the install ?
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Palazzo front end too low

We added skid wheels to the front end
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We added skid wheels to the front end
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Old 02-15-2019, 09:26 AM   #24
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Bought skid wheels at e-Trailer. Coach in storage, will post pics when I can.
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in 2016 i modified my 2016 palazzo 33.2 to "rise" an additional 3.5/4 inches using a set of 4 Firgelli Linear Actuators to lift up the factory air bag "forks" to max.
i have a toggle switch mounted next to the "factory" air switch. i simply start up, flip switch, drive forward or backwards. As soon as i am clear to go, flip switch to down and go. If i forget, the air bags will bleed down to normal height in a mile or so. Saved my Palazzo front end more than once. Cost about $1000 when i installed them but now parts are less than 450$ US. Unit in storage now can send pix and info later in spring 2019. Have had freightliner service inspect my setup and they have had no problems. Have installed for 25000+ miles with no problems. Also installed roadmaster rss bar and supersteer mcu's.


Please give part #ís and pictures of your actuator install....


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